Johnny Depp reunites with band for tour after Amber Heard trial
“Proud and happy for Johnny’s huge win today,” he wrote. “We never doubted anything, we always knew the truth, and the truth would prevail… Congratulations on getting your life back today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!! !!!!!!”
This is not the only one sway news to come from Depp as he was awarded nearly $10.4 million in damages after a Virginia jury found Heard liable for defaming him. In addition to the Hollywood Vampires tour, Johnny also announced a new album with Jeff Beck earlier this month.
While awaiting the verdict, the Edward Scissorhands The star also joined Jeff on stage for a surprise performance in May. The duo performed their rendition of John Lennonthe 1970 hit “Isolation” as well as Marvin Gaye“What’s going on ?” and jimi hendrix“The little wing”.
In a 2018 interview with The GuardianDepp called his love of playing in a band “a completely different animal” from his on-screen roles.
“What do I get from this that I don’t normally get?” I understand myself!” he said at the exit. “When I’m on stage with these guys, it’s that feeling I had when I was a kid. It’s freedom. In movies, someone always tells you what to do, but here I have the freedom that my daily job doesn’t allow me. Most importantly, it’s really a lot of fun.